featuring Terry Crews
LIVE from Los Angeles
Wednesday, April 24, Denim Day
10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Potawatomi Hotel & Casino
1721 W Canal St
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Free parking is available in the structure behind the main building. The 4th level of the parking structure leads to a skywalk that will then take you directly to the event space. For driving directions, click here.
10:30AM – Doors open; silent auction, raffle, & t-shirt sales
12:00PM – Lunch & Program
1:30PM – Event concludes
Online registration is closed. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.
The (em)Power Luncheon honors the courageous voices of survivors, those who advocate for survivors, and those who speak out to affect change. Terry Crews will join us live via satellite feed from Los Angeles, where he is kicking off the new season of “America’s Got Talent” as its host. His keynote speech will be exclusive to our luncheon audience!
Lunch: Gourmet Harvest Salad with grilled chicken
Dessert: Amaretto Cheesecake
As April 24 is Denim Day, we encourage you and your guests to wear denim in support of sexual assault survivors.
We have a fantastic line-up of auction items, including:
- Milwaukee Brewers and Wisconsin Badgers tickets
- Autographed Bucks memorabilia
- Photography session
- Hand embroidered denim jackets
- Summerfest tickets
- Food, fitness, and other fun packages
Prize #1: $500 Amazon Gift Card
Prize #2: 49″ LG 4K UHD Smart TV
Raffle tickets will be sold for $10 each, or: 3 for $20, 10 for $50, or a wingspan for $100. Be sure to buy tickets for your chance to win!
About Terry Crews
Many know Crews as an actor (most recently on “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and the upcoming season of “America’s Got Talent: The Champions“, just to name a few out of an impressive catalog of films, commercials and television appearances), an artist, and a former NFL athlete. After sharing his story as a male #MeToo survivor in early 2018, and his subsequent testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee in support of the Sexual Assault Survivor Bill of Rights, we now also know him as an activist.
Terry Crews has become an outspoken, honest and important male voice, included as one of Time magazine’s Silence Breakers who were named 2017 Person of the Year. Through his work, Crews is a tireless advocate for survivors and for legislation changes that will better protect survivors and hold perpetrators accountable.
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